Impact Journalism Day: Viira Cabs empowers women on Mumbai's manic streets Viira Cabs, a taxi service for women, by women based in Mumbai, India. Photograph: Ritesh Uttamchandani Viira Cabs, a taxi service for women, by women based in Mumbai, India. Irish Times, 1 month ago
/PRNewswire/ -- The adventure travel industry is worth $270 billion , but it is full of inefficiencies that translate into higher costs for the people who want to travel, and providing less for those whose livelihoods rely on travellers. On a ...Tamar Securities, 1 day ago Faralong.com A Revolutionary New Booking Platform Changing the Adventure Travel Industry Travel and Tour World, 1 day ago Startup pitch: Faralong moves into adventure travel with group buying model Tnooz, 1 month ago
Circa 2005. A newcomer to Mumbai steps out of Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport to be greeted by a vast bank of black-and-yellow taxis. Any thoughts of an easy ride home, though, are quickly dispelled — the drivers refuse to go by the meter, which, in ...Outlookbusiness.com, 2 weeks ago
Mumbai, India: The traffic light turns green and Rupa Swali pulls out onto the Western Express Highway in Mumbai, careful to avoid the swarm of motorbikes and autorickshaws zipping past. Suddenly an unruly bus runs the light in the other direction ...Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Facing criticism once again for the recent molestation case in Gurgaon, cab aggregator firm Uber has decided to partner with women drivers to boost customer confidence. In Mumbai, it recently partnered with 20 women cabbies to ensure safety ...Times of India, 1 month ago To boost image, Uber hires women drivers Times of India, 1 month ago Improving its image: Uber hires 20 women drivers, to ... Firstpost.com, 1 month ago Uber hires women drivers to boost image Economic Times, 1 month ago
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